The Japan Times reports that the Nintendo Switch store in the United States may not return to normal until sometime in June. It is currently very difficult for U.S. consumers. Getting a deal for the Nintendo program Swap due to production problems due to the coronavirus epidemic and increased demand due to shutdowns. The switchch Lite looks easy to find, but most consumers wish to get their hands on a standard console that lets you play both handheld and connected to the TV.
Nintendo now aims to increase its output to 22 million units this fiscal year, a surprise takeover considering the Switch is three years old. That's more than Nintendo sold in the U.S., its largest market, from console console in 2017 to last year. However, these efforts may not be coming to fruition anytime soon: One commenter suggested that the sale of the property could be sold until June.